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ZIMSEC November 2023 O’level results out

Story by Tarirai Madhuyu

THE Government’s capacity building in the education sector is bearing fruit after the November 2023 Ordinary Level examination results improved by more than four percent compared to 2022.

The November 2023 Ordinary Level results released by the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) in Harare this Monday revealed a 4.35 percent increase in the pass rate.

“The statistics show that the November 2023 overall pass rate has increased by 4.35 percent from that of 2022,” said ZIMSEC Board Chairperson, Professor Eddie Mwenje.

The government says the latest development confirms various efforts to capacitate the education sector are yielding results.

“The Government has been working tirelessly in capacitating the education sector. All this has been done through infrastructure development, the provision of learning aids as well as deployment of enough teachers in schools,” said Permanent Secretary Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education, Mr Moses Mhike.

The results also reveal an increase of 5.03% in the 2023 pass rate for female candidates and a 3.9 percent increase for their male counterparts.

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